Choose your topic from Chapters 10-12 as it relates to Contingency Planning for Network, Data, and Applications Continuance.
· Topic Chosen: Incident Response Plan
· Research that topic in more depth by either using the internet or library. You should have at least 4 different sources for reference. The textbook should be your first point of reference.
1. Describe the problem;
2. Discuss previous work in the field and any necessary background information
3. Explain what you did, how you did it, and what obstacles you encountered; or Provide specific findings of fact that support your proposed solution or thesis;
4. List the resulting benefits, both quantitative and qualitative; and
5. If applicable, provide an appendix giving the particulars of any models used or data collected during the research.
· Research papers cannot contain errors of spelling, grammar, or punctuation. Proofread carefully.
· All research papers must use APA citation.
· All research papers must be submitted in Microsoft Word format, with a .doc or .docx suffix. No other formats are acceptable.
· All research papers must include a number of sources, including printed and internet sources. Number of sources and ratio of print/internet sources are detailed below.
· Students may use Wikipedia to help choose a topic, or to find possible sources for further research. However, Wikipedia may not be included as a reference in the bibliography.
· Research papers should include images appropriate to the paper’s content.
· All research papers will be evaluated for length by word count (1,000 to 1,400), rather than pages, to account for differences in fonts, margins, pictures, etc. In Microsoft Word, you can check your work count by selecting Tools>Word Count.
· All papers must be submitted electronically. Save your finished paper as “research_astudent.docx”, only use your first initial and last name, rather than “astudent”.
· Plagiarism will not be tolerated, please review the university’s policy on academic dishonesty.
· No more than 33% of your paper can be cited material. You can’t just string together a bunch of quotes to make a paper.